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Posted February 18, 2021 9:01 pm

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A well-known luxurious lodge in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains has reopened reservations after they had been mysteriously closed final month due to a non-public block reserving.In an e-mail obtained by The Canadian Press, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge advised prospects who initially had their reservations cancelled that the choice to just accept the block reserving “was not taken frivolously.”
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“The ongoing pandemic has been notably arduous on the journey and tourism business, with an amazing quantity of layoffs and considerably diminished hours for a lot of of our hardworking colleagues all through 2020, and 2021 to date,” mentioned the e-mail despatched Thursday.“We needed to make a enterprise choice weighing our duty to our friends alongside the duty to our colleagues, who’re struggling to assist their households.”

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The e-mail mentioned the lodge in Jasper National Park is now accepting re-bookings for patrons’ unique dates.

The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is seen throughout Beauvert Lake earlier than dawn on June 25, 2013 close to Jasper, Alberta, Canada.

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The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge was not instantly obtainable for remark.All 446 rooms on the lodge had been lately unavailable to ebook between Feb. 23 and April 29, sparking hypothesis on-line that the lodge may quickly be a filming website.The lodge in Jasper National Park wouldn’t verify final month that there have been plans to movie on the website for privateness causes.Some information retailers reported that The Bachelorette actuality TV present can be filming in Canada this yr.

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